Was Business Continuity Manager von 2014 erwarten

Continuity Central hat im dritten Quartal 2013 eine Online-Umfrage unter Business Continuity Managern nach ihren Erwartungen fĂŒr 2014 durchgefĂŒhrt. Der ĂŒberwiegende Anteil der BC Manager erwartet VerĂ€nderungen in den BCM-Rahmenbedingungen:

  • 10.3 percent of respondents expect to see a significant increase in testing and/or exercising activities;
  • 9.3 percent will be making major revisions to BCM strategies and/or BCP(s);
  • 8.2 percent will embark on new ISO 22301 alignment, implementation and certification projects;
  • 8.2 percent will be taking a more holistic approach to BCM;
  • Changes in the business / organizational structure will impact 6.2 percent of respondents;
  • 5.2 percent will be making improvements in incident management processes;
  • There will be an increased focus on supply chain resilience / supply chain dependencies in 4.1 percent of respondents’ organizations;
  • 4.1 percent will be taking a new approach to BIAs or will be making a complete reassessment.

Auf der anderen Seite stehen als grĂ¶ĂŸte Herausforderungen das Budget fĂŒr BCM sowie das fehlende Management Commitment fĂŒr BCM.

Quelle: Continuity Central